University Library Technician – Eves. Research & Instructional Services #942450, Joyner Library – East Carolina University, Greenville, NC

NOTE:

Evening Research Library Technician – The Research and Instructional Services Department of Joyner Library is seeking a customer focused, flexible, team-oriented person who will be responsible for supervising weekend and evening reference services. In response to face-to-face, email, chat and telephone queries, the person in this position provides research assistance at the Research and Instructional Services desk. The successful candidate will be trained on the basic features and content in over 400 databases, along with knowledge of print reference sources. The person in this position must be able to determine the patron’s need, identify possible information sources, and convey information to the patron effectively. They must know when to refer questions and how to determine if the patron’s needs have been met. A basic knowledge of computers and programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook is needed to troubleshoot IT issues at the desk.

The normal work schedule for fall and spring semesters is Sunday – Thursday, 3:00 p.m. – Midnight; the schedule during academic breaks and summer sessions will vary, usually Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. or Sunday – Thursday, 1:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

SALARY:

Minimum $34,000

QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum:  High school diploma or equivalency and two years of experience in library services, office support, or related field; or equivalent combination of training and experience.

Preferred knowledge, skills, and abilities: Completion of a bachelor’s degree; proficiency with Microsoft Office (especially Word and Excel); ability to supervise student employees; demonstrated ability to communicate effectively in oral and written form; ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with library users and library personnel; and ability to work consistently and reliably in an unsupervised capacity and ability to learn complex tasks quickly.

DUTIES:

The successful candidate will be responsible for hiring, training, scheduling, and supervising graduate assistants. Completing payroll and other administrative paperwork, as well as evaluating the students’ performances informally and formally are the responsibilities of the person in this position. The successful candidate will assist in classroom instruction. They will update web pages and online library research guides for students to utilize during and after the instruction sessions. The position is responsible for processing reference materials and federal documents and making them available for use. Maintaining an accurate listing of materials, and resolving problems with reference materials will also fall within the purview of this position. The successful candidate will be cross-trained on the use and support of microforms in Joyner Library. Other duties may be assigned as needed.

AVAILABLE:

Immediately

APPLY BY:

October 6, 2014

TO APPLY:

Candidates should submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and names/addresses (postal & e-mail) of three current references online to:  http://jobs.ecu.edu

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

www.ecu.edu/lib

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Collection Move Coordinator, Duke University Libraries, Durham, NC

NOTE:

Since its founding in 1924, Duke University has grown into one of the most prestigious private universities in the world and its medical center ranks annually among the top in the nation. The Duke University Libraries are the shared center of the university’s intellectual life, connecting people and ideas. The Libraries consist of the William R. Perkins Library and its branches: Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Lilly, Music, and the library at the Duke Marine Laboratory in Beaufort.  Duke’s library holdings of 6.1 million volumes are among the largest of private universities in the United States.

Duke’s hometown is Durham, North Carolina, a city with vibrant research, medical and arts communities, and numerous shops, restaurants and theaters. Durham is located in the Research Triangle, a growing metropolitan area of more than one million people that provides a wide range of cultural, recreational and educational opportunities. The Triangle is conveniently located just a few hours from the mountains and the coast, offers a moderate climate, and has been ranked among the best places to live and to do business.

Duke offers a comprehensive benefit packages which includes both traditional benefits such as health insurance, leave time and retirement, as well as wide ranging work/life and cultural benefits. Details can be found at:  http://www.hr.duke.edu/benefits/index.php.

SALARY:

Salary and rank dependent on qualifications and experience. Comprehensive benefits package includes 20 days vacation, 13 holidays, 12 days sick leave; health, dental, disability and life insurance and support for professional development and training.

QUALIFICATIONS:

It is the expectation that all Duke University Libraries staff members will demonstrate exceptional workplace behaviors in the execution of their specific position responsibilities. These behaviors are customer focus, collaboration, creative problem solving, continuous learning and a commitment to diversity.

Education
Required:  Master’s degree in relevant subject area or BA/BS combined with relevant experience and education

Preferred:  Completed course work towards a degree in library science.

Experience
Required:  Three years of library experience to obtain a specialized knowledge of library systems and procedures, including work with an ILS; proficiency in Library of Congress classification gained through technical or public service work in a library setting; demonstrated project management skills including excellent organizational skills, analytical skills and the ability to motivate people; excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills; able to work independently and as a member of a team; demonstrated proficiency using computer based technology and ability to adapt to new technologies; ability to effectively organize and prioritize daily work; must be detail oriented and able to recognize and solve problems quickly.

Preferred:  Prior experience working in stacks management in an academic research library; experience using the Aleph and/or GFA systems; experience cataloging or arranging and describing rare materials; supervisory experience; project management experience.

DUTIES:

Occupational Summary:
In Summer 2015, the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library will move from its temporary quarters to a newly renovated building with state-of-the art shelving.  The Move Coordinator will play a key role in this relocation by planning, implementing, communicating about, and ensuring the quality and safety of the move of Rubenstein Library materials from both the temporary location as well as offsite storage.  The Move Coordinator will prepare both print and archival materials to move, as well as coordinate the work of others in these efforts.  The position will schedule and oversee the work of movers and staff to complete the actual relocation.  Following the move, s/he will triage and resolve descriptive and physical housing issues that occurred as a result of the move and ensure the accuracy updated location information. This position is for 40 hours per week through December 31, 2015.

Working Conditions:
• Must be able to lift 40 pounds and unpack, shelve and shift large quantities of library materials
• Must be able to work in an environment in which exposure to materials containing dust and mold is possible
• Frequent bending, crouching, stooping
• Occasional weekend or evening shifts may be required
These statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the employee in this position. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of a person in this position.

Duties:
• Prepares print collections for move to the renovated Rubenstein Library; coordinates decisions about what will be located on-site; works with the Rare Materials Cataloger and others to assign collection codes; oversees the work of vendors to provide LC classification numbers, relabel books, and sort them by size and call number; manages two temporary library assistants to resolves holdings and descriptive problems that surface before and during the move.
• Plans for use of renovated space; with Rubenstein stakeholders, maps out collections locations in the new stacks, including determining programmatic use, shelf fill ratios, location marking, and signage.
• Sets goals for all aspects of the collection move and develops and implements a timely communications plan to keep all stakeholders apprised of progress; documents move milestones, decisions, and workflows through blog posts, internal documents and still and moving images.
• Convenes the Rubenstein Library Move Committee, the group charged with making policy decisions related to move; facilitates the work of this group by establishing calendars, documenting decisions and activities, coordinating documentation, and developing and maintaining information tools for use throughout the project.
• Coordinates work of rare book movers and Duke University Library staff to physically move collections from temporary onsite and offsite storage facility to the renovated Rubenstein Library; actively communicates with Library Service Center and Shipping and Receiving staff to ensure a smooth and steady flow of materials; schedules and coordinates security shifts of staff to oversee placement, handling, and safety of materials; and provides for the inventory control of materials throughout the move to ensure audit trail.
• Works with ITS, technical services, and research services staff to ensure location of materials are promptly and efficiently updated in ILS and other library systems.
• Ensures smooth transition of stacks management at end of project by working closely with the Rubenstein Library stacks manager throughout the project.
• Time permitting, triages archival and manuscript collections that moved to offsite storage without adequate housing or description, including as appropriate creating and updating catalog records and finding aids and reboxing materials.
• Participates in various Library groups planning Perkins 2.3 project work
• Other duties as assigned
Supervisory Responsibilities
• Supervises two temporary library assistants and students as well as student assistants.

AVAILABLE:

Immediately

APPLY BY:

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

TO APPLY:

Send cover letter, detailed resume and the names, addresses (mailing and e-mail), and telephone numbers of three references to: Teresa Tillman, Library Human Resources, at library-jobs@duke.edu.  Please include MOVE COORDINATOR in the subject line.  Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
Applications which are missing any of the components listed above will not be reviewed.

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Part-time Library Assistant, Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office, Charlotte, NC

NOTE:

This position provides circulation and bibliographic support in a metropolitan detention center library located in Charlotte, NC. The library provides traditional services to the inmate population, using a public library model and ALA standards. This position is supervised by the Manager of Library Services, but works closely with civilian staff and officers at Jail North.
Hours are generally 7:00 – 11:00 Monday – Friday but must average less than 20 hours per week.   Example: Mon., Tues., Wed. 7:00 – 11:00; Thurs. 7:00 – 10:00; Friday 7:00 – 11:00.

SALARY:

$12.63 per hour

QUALIFICATIONS:

High School Diploma or G.E.D. and one year of experience as a Library Aide, or its equivalent or an equivalent combination of training and experience. An Associate’s degree is preferred. Bilingual in Spanish is a plus. Must have experience with word processing and database searching.
Selected candidate must successfully complete a thorough background investigation, pre-employment drug screening, and a clerical skills test may be required.
Physical requirements include the abilities to sit, walk, and/or stand for extended periods of time; stoop, and reach in a confined area; to wheel a cart of books weighing up to 125 lbs.

DUTIES:

Works under the supervision of the librarian to:
1. Maintain a working knowledge of collection content & conduct a reference interview to assist reader with selection, especially young adult readers. Make recommendations for collection development
2. Maintain materials in alpha/numeric order on the shelves and ensure that shelves are attractive, clean and orderly
3. Update patron records in database; register hold requests; monitor overdue items when issuing new loans.
4. Receive orders; check contents against packing slips and requisitions; upload MARC records and assist circulation coordinator with making books shelf ready.
5. Monitor & maintain collections in YO special housing units; work with pod officers to retrieve books when borrowers are released.

AVAILABLE:

After October 8, 2014

APPLY BY:

October 3, 2014

TO APPLY:

Go to Charmeck.org, click on Mecklenburg County, click on County Jobs and click on Review Current Job Openings, Apply. OR online to: http://charmeck.org/mecklenburg/county/HR/Pages/ApplyOnline.aspx, use Job Opening #8570.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

http://mcsowebsvr.co.mecklenburg.nc.us/mecklenburg/index.asp, select inmate programs and then library services.

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Library Assistant for Technical Services, Duke University Libraries, Durham, NC

NOTE:

Since its founding in 1924, Duke University has grown into one of the most prestigious private universities in the world and its medical center ranks annually among the top in the nation. The Duke University Libraries are the shared center of the university’s intellectual life, connecting people and ideas. The Libraries consist of the William R. Perkins Library and its branches: Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Lilly, Music, and the library at the Duke Marine Laboratory in Beaufort.  Duke’s library holdings of 6.1 million volumes are among the largest of private universities in the United States.

Duke’s hometown is Durham, North Carolina, a city with vibrant research, medical and arts communities, and numerous shops, restaurants and theaters. Durham is located in the Research Triangle, a growing metropolitan area of more than one million people that provides a wide range of cultural, recreational and educational opportunities. The Triangle is conveniently located just a few hours from the mountains and the coast, offers a moderate climate, and has been ranked among the best places to live and to do business.

Duke offers a comprehensive benefit packages which includes both traditional benefits such as health insurance, leave time and retirement, as well as wide ranging work/life and cultural benefits. Details can be found at:  http://www.hr.duke.edu/benefits

SALARY:

$12.58 per hour (minimum). Comprehensive benefits package upon eligibility includes vacation, 13 holidays, sick leave, health, dental, disability, life insurance, educational assistance, and tuition grants. This position is for 30 hours per week.

QUALIFICATIONS:

It is the expectation that all Duke University Libraries staff members will demonstrate exceptional workplace behaviors in the execution of their specific position responsibilities. These behaviors are customer focus, collaboration, creative problem solving, continuous learning and a commitment to diversity.
Education:
Required: Two years post-secondary education or equivalent combination of relevant education and experience.
Experience:
Required: Three months relevant experience; strong interpersonal, oral and written communication skills; able to work independently and as a member of a team; basic proficiency using computer based technology; ability to effectively organize and prioritize daily work; demonstrated commitment to providing outstanding customer services.
Preferred: Prior experience working with rare or special collections materials; or prior experience working in an academic research library.

DUTIES:

Occupational Summary:
The Library Assistant provides technical and general support to the Rubenstein Library Technical Services Department.  This position is responsible for the physical intake and initial receipt of archival and manuscript materials, as well as the ordering and management of the department’s archival and office supplies. Ensures smooth operation of department by coordinating schedules, managing office equipment, and communicating with Logistics and Operations Department, Library Service Center, and Rubenstein Library stacks manager on a regular basis. This position is for 30 hours per week.

Working Conditions:
• Must be able to lift 40 pounds
• Must be able to work in an environment in which exposure to materials containing dust and mold is possible
• Frequent bending, crouching, stooping
• Normal office environment

These statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the employee in this position. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of a person in this position.

Duties:
• Receives incoming archival and manuscript collections: barcoding containers, creating baseline records in Aleph according to established guidelines for tracking item and holdings information, and recording and verifying basic descriptive and provenance information about new collections and acquisitions in the Archivists’ Toolkit.
• Handles inventory, ordering, receipt, and storage for Rubenstein Library archival supplies.
• Serves as departmental liaison to the Logistics and Operations Department and facilitates the transfer of materials to and from Smith Warehouse. Ensures ready availability of book trucks, shipping equipment, and packing supplies.
• Travels locally with staff as needed to prepare materials for transport, pick up new collections, and/or receive large collections at the Library Service Center.
• Orders office supplies and maintains office equipment and services, including coordinating repair and scheduling shredding services.
• Maintains and submits accurate work statistics to supervisors at the end of each month.

AVAILABLE:

Immediately

APPLY BY:

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

TO APPLY:

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  An electronic resume, cover letter, and list of references should be submitted at: http://www.hr.duke.edu/jobs/main.html.  Refer to requisition # 400887478.

Applications which are missing any of the components listed above will not be reviewed.

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Head, Humanities Section and Librarian for Literature & Theater Studies, Duke University Libraries, Durham, NC

NOTE:

Since its founding in 1924, Duke University has grown into one of the most prestigious private universities in the world and its medical center ranks annually among the top in the nation. The Duke University Libraries are the shared center of the university’s intellectual life, connecting people and ideas. The Libraries consist of the William R. Perkins Library and its branches: Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Lilly, Music, and the library at the Duke Marine Laboratory in Beaufort.  Duke’s library holdings of 6.1 million volumes are among the largest of private universities in the United States.

Duke’s hometown is Durham, North Carolina, a city with vibrant research, medical and arts communities, and numerous shops, restaurants and theaters. Durham is located in the Research Triangle, a growing metropolitan area of more than one million people that provides a wide range of cultural, recreational and educational opportunities. The Triangle is conveniently located just a few hours from the mountains and the coast, offers a moderate climate, and has been ranked among the best places to live and to do business.

Duke offers a comprehensive benefit packages which includes both traditional benefits such as health insurance, leave time and retirement, as well as wide ranging work/life and cultural benefits. Details can be found at:  http://www.hr.duke.edu/benefits.

SALARY:

Salary and rank dependent on qualifications and experience. Comprehensive benefits package includes 20 days vacation, 13 holidays, 12 days sick leave; health, dental, disability and life insurance and support for professional development and training.

QUALIFICATIONS:

It is the expectation that all Duke University Libraries staff members will demonstrate exceptional workplace behaviors in the execution of their specific position responsibilities. These behaviors are customer focus, collaboration, creative problem solving, continuous learning and a commitment to diversity.

Education
Required:  Master’s degree from an ALA-accredited program or an advanced degree in a relevant subject area.

Preferred: Master’s degree from an ALA-accredited program and an advanced degree in a relevant subject field.

Experience
Required:  At least three years of experience as a subject librarian in an academic library for a discipline in the humanities.  Proficiency with information resources in a variety of formats and subject areas; teaching or library instruction experience.  Must be flexible and a self-starter; have the ability to work successfully in a highly collaborative environment; possess excellent organizational, interpersonal, and oral and written communication skills as well as a strong commitment to public service; interest in and aptitude for learning emerging technologies and web applications; commitment to data-informed decision-making.

Preferred:  Supervisory and project management experience; relevant professional experience and strong academic background in literature, theater or other relevant field; experience providing research support, preferably in an academic setting; experience collaborating on digital scholarship projects; familiarity with web publishing technologies; experience with user and/or usability study methodologies; experience with assessment tools and methods; experience with data management and knowledge of issues related to open access; experience managing library collections budgets.

DUTIES:

Occupational Summary:
The Head, Humanities Section provides leadership for the work of arts and humanities subject liaisons and the development of library services and resources for the arts and humanities disciplines, coordinating engagement, instruction, collection development, and research services.

The Librarian for Literature & Theater Studies actively engages with faculty, students, visiting scholars, and staff in the English Department, Theater Studies Department, and the Literature Program.  She/he collaborates with colleagues to provide and promote library resources and services that support these fields; manages the Libraries’ collections in these areas; and provides specialized research assistance and instruction to library users.

Working Conditions:
• Must be able to work in an environment in which exposure to materials containing dust and mold is possible
• Occasional bending, crouching, stooping
• Normal office environment
• Occasional weekend and/or evening shifts required.
These statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the employee in this position. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of a person in this position.

Duties:
Section Head
• Provides leadership, training and supervision for subject librarians in section, including goal setting and performance review
• Works with Head of Research and Instructional Services and other staff to develop services and to support scholarly activities in the Duke community
• Manages assigned general collections funds and oversees collections funds held by members of the Humanities Section
• As a member of the Collections Coordinators Group, participates in governance of Duke University Libraries’ collections activities, funding allocation and policy development across the disciplines.
• Convenes meetings of the Humanities Section on a regular basis and communicates the group’s activities
• Represents the Humanities Section on appropriate policy-setting committees

Engagement
• Serves as primary liaison to and actively develops professional relationships with faculty, students and staff in assigned areas
• Provides in-depth, specialized research consultation for students, faculty, and visiting scholars in assigned areas
• Teaches research tools and skills relevant to the discipline
• Contributes to university efforts to assess and promote institutional scholarship (e.g. DukeSpace, Scholars@Duke, exhibits, events)

Collections
• Proactively and systematically develops and manages collections in relevant formats and languages in assigned areas to support the research and teaching needs of the Duke University community
• Promotes resources using current tools and technologies
• Collaborates with colleagues in related fields to acquire materials

Collective Responsibilities
• Participates in assignment to service desks, instant messaging and first-year instruction.
• Contributes to the development of and access to library website, research tools and other applications of technology
• Participates in or contributes to the ongoing evolution of the Libraries’ services
• Displays continuing growth in professional and subject knowledge and takes an active interest in the profession. Growth and interest should be demonstrated through continuing development of professional knowledge and abilities, membership and participation in professional organizations, and service to the library, University, or community in a professional capacity.
• Participates in development and fund raising efforts as appropriate
• Performs other tasks as designated by the department head or library administration

Supervisory Responsibilities
• Supervises arts and humanities subject librarians

AVAILABLE:

Immediately

APPLY BY:

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

TO APPLY:

Send cover letter, detailed resume and the names, addresses (mailing and e-mail), and telephone numbers of three references to: Teresa Tillman, Library Human Resources, at library-jobs@duke.edu.  Please include HUMANITIES in the subject line.  Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

Applications which are missing any of the components listed above will not be reviewed.

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Director of Library and Information Technology, UNC Chapel Hill University Library, Chapel Hill, NC

NOTE:

The University and the Libraries:
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is the country’s oldest state university. UNC-Chapel Hill has an enrollment of approximately 29,000 students, employs more than 3,500 members of the faculty, and offers 69 doctoral degrees as well as professional degrees in dentistry, medicine, pharmacy and law.  Library collections include over 6.5 million volumes. The Library is a member of the Association of Research Libraries and the Center for Research Libraries.  Together with the libraries at Duke University, North Carolina Central University, and North Carolina State University, the members of the Triangle Research Libraries Network (TRLN) provide services and collections to their students, faculty, and staff in support of the education, research, and service missions of the universities.

The University Library invests proudly in its employees, strives to create a diverse environment of respect and collaboration, and encourages vision and innovation.

The Region:
The Triangle region is one of the most desirable places to live and work in North America and offers its residents a wide array of recreational, cultural, and intellectual activities. The mountains or the seashore are less than half day’s drive from Chapel Hill.
The University of North Carolina is an equal opportunity employer and is strongly committed to the diversity of our faculty and staff.

SALARY:

This is a twelve-month academic librarian appointment; salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. Standard state benefits of annual leave, sick leave, and State or optional retirement plan. At the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, librarians enjoy the benefit of academic status and are members of the faculty council.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Required:  ALA accredited master’s degree in library or information science, or an advanced degree in a related field. Minimum of five years of progressively responsible management and supervisory experience in a technical setting, including planning and allocating of resources to support information technology. Professional experience in a technical environment focused on system administration and management or application development. Evidence of effective interpersonal competence and excellent oral and written communication skills.

Preferred:  Work experience in higher education. Experience developing and managing budgets. Experience in an academic research library. Active professional involvement in the library or information technology fields.  Collaborative work ethic and the ability to build effective partnerships, articulate goals, and negotiate priorities. Demonstrated knowledge of current information technology developments in libraries and higher education.

DUTIES:

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill invites applications for the position of Director of Library & Information Systems. The Director is responsible for the management of the Library & Information Technology departments, a service-oriented program that researches, develops, and supports advanced information systems for the Library, and ensures excellent operational management of information systems and support of end users.  The Director helps to define and articulate the vision, strategic directions, and priorities for information technology in a dynamic environment that values creativity, teamwork, and innovation.

The UNC Libraries have achieved recognition in recent years for the innovative redesign of the Library’s website and for the development of the Carolina Digital Repository (https://cdr.lib.unc.edu/) and its Curator’s Workbench tool.  A newly opened Research Hub (http://library.unc.edu/hub/) aims to establish partnerships with key organizations across campus to promote and support digital scholarship and technology-enhanced research techniques.  The Library supports an aggressive program of digitization of its unique and historical resources in order to make them available to researchers and students who wish to incorporate such materials into their work.  The support and participation of the Library & Information Technology Department and the partnerships it maintains with campus organizations is critical to the success of these endeavors.

The Director directly supervises the department heads responsible for Infrastructure Management Services and Software Development, unit heads responsible for Library Management Systems and Desktop Support, and the Information Security Liaison/Dev-Ops Administrator.  The individual in this position is responsible for the management of the Library and Information Technology Department (25FTE), including planning, budgeting, and setting policy for information resources in the University Library and for some operations of the Health Sciences Library.  Directly supervises unit managers responsible for Infrastructure Management Services, Digital Repository Services, Core Application Development, Library Systems Management, and Desktop Support (staff and public workstations), and oversees Agile (http://agilemanifesto.org/) project management methodology.

The Director represents the University Libraries on select campus committees, including the UNC-CH IT Executive Council (http://itec.unc.edu/), sponsored by the central computing organization on campus, Information Technology Services/ITS (http://its.unc.edu/), and maintains close collaborative relationships with organizations providing information technology services to campus constituencies.

AVAILABLE:

November 1, 2014

APPLY BY:

Review of applications will begin on October 20, 2014.  Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, but preference will be given to applications received by the begin review date.

TO APPLY:

Please visit http://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/51055 and complete the online application. Please include a letter of application, a resume and the name, mailing address, email address, and telephone number of three professional references, one of whom must be a current supervisor.  Additionally, please indicate in your cover letter where you first learned of this position.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

http://library.unc.edu/personnel/employment/

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Processing Assistant II Position #60083889, Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Raleigh, NC

SALARY:

$24,190.00 – $33,687.00 Annually

QUALIFICATIONS:

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities / Competencies:
Must be able to drive a 2.5 ton truck in city traffic and back vehicle into tight parking spaces and loading docks. Must possess a valid NC driving license and safe driving record. Selected candidate will be required to provide an official DMV certified driving record prior to hire. Must be able to perform physical work that includes stooping, bending, reaching, lifting, pushing, pulling, and climbing. Must be able to lift items from deep postal hampers; move heavy book carts and postal hampers; climb ladders; and assist in moving heavy furniture and equipment. Must be able to read standard print cards; accurately pull and shelve items quickly from both floor level and overhead shelving; and sort materials in exact 5-digit numerical order. A sorting exercise will be part of the interview process.
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements:
Graduation from high school; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.

DUTIES:

This position works in the Circulation Unit at the Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped. Duties include driving a 2.5 ton truck in city traffic; loading 450 lb. postal hampers on and off the truck; sorting, pulling, inspecting and shelving library materials. Duties also include checking inventory and shifting materials as assigned. Position may assist as needed in performing data entry for checking items in and out. Also assists in moving furniture, incoming supplies and equipment in building as needed. Changes light bulbs in ceiling fixtures in warehouse and office areas as scheduled. Work involved is in a dusty warehouse environment where unit collectively handles approximately 3,800 items daily.

APPLY BY:

Tue. 10/07/14 5:00 PM Eastern Time

TO APPLY:

Application must be completed on-line,  http://www.oshr.nc.gov/.  Click “Search Jobs,” then scroll mid-way down the page, and under “Search Criteria” click the box under “Search Departments” for Dept of Cultural Resources.

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